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Escape from the bustle of Bangkok in just over two hours’ drive to this beachside city surrounded by tropical fruit farms. Rayong has plenty of temples and shrines to explore, farms where you can pick your own fruit and the Rayong Aquarium. Rayong City is also the gateway to the Khao Chamao-Khao Wong National Park.
Spend a few hours visiting the shrines and green parks of the city. Start in Shri Muang Park in the city’s center, where a Buddhist shrine, a perfect example of Thai architecture, is built atop a lake. The City Pillar Shrine on Lak Mueang Road has more Chinese elements, while Wat Pa Pradu features a 36-foot (11-meter) long reclining Buddha from the early Ayutthaya period, between the 14th and 18th centuries.
In the nearby fishing town of Ban Phe you’ll find the Sopha Arboretum, a large botanical garden with a heritage Thai stilt house that contains a ceramics museum displaying artifacts from different eras in Thai history.
Discover aquatic wildlife without the need for diving paraphernalia at the Rayong Aquarium. See reef fish and the mangrove-dwelling shellfish that provide the economic base for many of Thailand’s fishermen. The turtle pond houses hawksbills, olive and leatherback turtle species. Examine older life forms in the Fossil Museum.
Drive or take a taxi to the Khao Chamao-Khao Wong National Park to see the limestone geology and waterfalls that are the habitat of tigers and elephants. Get your admission permit at the tourist center and set out on a hike through the greenery.
Enjoy the fruits of the ocean, and of the orchard, two of Rayong City’s specialties. Head to Suphattra Land to taste longan and star fruit, and wander amid durian, rambutan and mango trees.
Feast on the catch of the day, fresh from the Gulf of Thailand, at restaurants you’ll find all along the beaches of Rayong City. Most of the city’s nightlife is concentrated around Ratbamrung Road. Have a relaxed drink at a bar, catch a concert or DJ session at the Rayong Brew or head out late to nightclubs.
This is my best hotel of Y2019. That full-field my times when I stay at this hotel. All staffs are so nice while professional. Love this hotel 3,000 times ;)
An excellent location next to the beach with spacious and clean rooms. Staff were very friendly and helpful too. Only a short walk to the main restaurant/nightlife.
Great place. The only problem was stray dogs coming onto the property at night. Every single night they were barking and fighting one another. Woke up several times a night to this. Slightly concerning with people outside and stray dogs that may be potentially aggressive.
Great place to stay on Koh Samed. I highly recommend this hotel.
Love that family room is two separate rooms connecting and the water bottle provided in each room was a plus. The old box analog TV could definitely be upgraded to cable like the other room though
I expected more form this place, bigger rooms with views but then you start to enjoy the beach, the restaurant and the service the people who work there gives you... and I forgot the rest!!!
Near by of SaiKaew Beach and easy to reach beach side. Good for kids to enjoy staying.
A beautiful beach and my boys loved the ability to use rubber rings to play in the waves. Be aware that if you take the speedboat you will be dropped off on the beach and may need help with getting luggage off a choppy sea! We were there in monsoon season and the staff did not seem overly helpful ...